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100 Thieves
100 thieves logo.svg
Short name100T
DivisionsCall of Duty
Call of Duty: Warzone
Fortnite Battle Royale
League of Legends
Valorant
FoundedNovember 20, 2017 (2017-11-20)
(3 years, 11 days old)
Based inLos Angeles, California
LocationUnited States
OwnersMatthew Haag
Dan Gilbert
Drake
Scooter Braun
CEOMatthew "Nadeshot" Haag
PartnersCash App
NZXT
Rocket Mortgage
Secret Lab
Totino's
Elgato
JBL
Chipotle
Websitewww.100thieves.com Edit this at Wikidata

100 Thieves ("Hundred Thieves") is a lifestyle brand and gaming organization based in Los Angeles, California. The organization has teams competing in several video games, including Call of Duty, Call of Duty: Warzone, Fortnite Battle Royale, League of Legends and Valorant. The Thieves' League of Legends team is a franchise team of the League of Legends Championship Series (LCS) and the Call of Duty team has a franchise team in Call of Duty League branded as the Los Angeles Thieves. The organization was founded in 2017 by Matthew "Nadeshot" Haag, a former OpTic Gaming Call of Duty team captain, (MLG) X Games gold medalist, and 2014 Esports Athlete of the year.[1] It was co-founded alongside Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert.[2] The following year, rapper Drake and SB Projects founder Scooter Braun led the Series A investment round into 100 Thieves.[3] Other participants in the financing round include Marc Benioff, Drew Houston, and Sequoia Capital, among others.[4]

History[edit]

League of Legends[edit]

2018 Season[edit]

On November 20, 2017, 100 Thieves was accepted[5] as a franchise organization for the 2018 NA LCS season. The team signed Prolly as its head coach and Ssumday, Meteos, Ryu, Cody Sun, and Aphromoo[6] for its starting roster. The team placed first in the spring split regular season with a 12–6 record, securing a spot in the semifinals. They ultimately finished second in the spring playoffs, losing 0–3 to Team Liquid in the finals.

100 Thieves' second-place finish qualified them for Rift Rivals 2018, an international tournament between the top three spring teams from Europe and North America. The team elected to use substitute player Levi in place of Meteos for the tournament.[7] Team Liquid, 100 Thieves, and Echo Fox competed against Europe's Fnatic, G2 Esports, and Splyce, going a combined 4–5 in the double round-robin group stage with 100 Thieves with a 1–2 record after a single win against Splyce. In the best-of-five "relay race" finals, the team lost their game against Fnatic, contributing to North America's combined 1–3 loss to Europe.

Before the summer split, 100 Thieves traded Meteos for Flyquest's AnDa.[8] Following this roster move, the team placed third in the regular season with a 10–8 record. Finishing fourth in the summer playoffs, losing 1–3 to Team Liquid in the semi-finals, then losing 2–3 in the third place match to Team SoloMid.

The teams performance across both splits allowed them to qualify for the 2018 League of Legends World Championship in South Korea, securing a bye to Group D with Fnatic, Invictus Gaming, and G-Rex. Shortly after qualifying for the world championship, they replaced Cody Sun with substitute player Rikara. 100 Thieves finished third in their group with a 2–4 record and in the 9th-12th bracket overall, not qualifying for the knockout stage.[9]

2019 Season[edit]

In 2019, player Ssumday's contract was extended, while Ryu was relegated to an assistant position.[10][11] Cody Sun and Rikara opted to leave the team at this point and they were replaced by players Huhi and Bang. Having many internal issues, Huhi moved to the 100 Thieves Academy roster, replacing Soligo, even though the team placed last in the spring regular season. Before the summer season started, Huhi left the team. A new addition, Amazing, joined the team to replace AnDa who was placed in the Academy roster, while Ryu is moved to the Academy roster as the mid-laner.[12] A month into the summer season, the team replaced Ssumday and Soligo with FakeGod and Ryu from the Academy roster.[13] They finished the summer season at 8th place.[14]

2020 Season[edit]

The team started the season with PapaSmithy, joining the team as the new general manager.[15] Zikz was the next addition to the roster, replacing Prolly as head coach.[16] Meteos and Cody Sun rejoined the team for the second time,[17] alongside additions Stunt and Ryoma. Ryu, Amazing, Bang and Aphromoo all left the team, with FakeGod rejoining Academy and Ssumday rejoining the main roster.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive[edit]

2017/2018 Season[edit]

In December 2017, 100 Thieves announced that they signed the former roster of Immortals.[18] The organization had issues with visas, resulting in the team being disbanded.

2019/2020 Season[edit]

In late October 2019, 100 Thieves announced the signing of the former Renegades roster.[19] At IEM Beijing 2019, the team placed second in the tournament, losing to Astralis.[20] The team placed 7th-8th at the ESL Season 10 Pro League Finals, losing to Fnatic.[21]

Team disbandment[edit]

On October 12, 2020, 100 Thieves announced their departure from the competitive CS:GO scene, citing complications with travel, a focus on European events, and COVID-19 as the main reasons behind the move.[22]

Call of Duty[edit]

2018/2019 Season[edit]

The team started the season off signing the team of Kenny, Fero, Octane, Slasher, and Enable.[23] They placed 9th-12th at CWL Las Vegas 2019, qualifying for the Pro League Qualifiers and for the Pro League. After this, they had to re-evaluate the roster, and loan Priestahh and head coach Crowder from FaZe Clan, with Fero getting benched.[24] At CWL Fort Worth 2019, the team finished 4th losing to Team Reciprocity, citing medical issues with player Priestahh and being replaced by Fero.[25] At CWL London 2019, the team won the organization's first trophy.[26] At CWL Anaheim 2019, the team won the organization's second trophy.[27] After the Pro League, 100 Thieves finished second in Division B, qualifying for Pro League playoffs. At the Pro League Playoffs, the team placed 5th-6th, losing to Gen.G esports. In the 2019 Call of Duty World Championship, 100 Thieves finished second, with a loss to eUnited.[28]

2020/2021 Season[edit]

After initially announcing their departure from the Call of Duty League,[29] 100 Thieves announced in November 2020 that they would re-enter the league as the "Los Angeles Thieves" after acquiring OpTic Gaming's slot.[30]

Cash App Compound[edit]

The 100 Thieves Cash App Compound is a 15,000 square foot esports, entertainment, and apparel hub, located in Culver City, California.[31] There are four different sports training rooms: first is the Rocket Mortgage League of Legends training room, second the Valorant training room, third is the Totino's Fortnite training room, lastly is the League of Legends Academy training room. They also have a content studio, which is worth around half a million dollars.[32] Other areas include the Cash App Lounge, the Totino's basketball court, many business operation areas and four streaming pods. Chairs, catering, and PCs were provided by Secret Lab, Chipotle and NZXT.

The compound served as a LA County vote center for the 2020 United States presidential election.[33]

Rosters[edit]

Game Nat. Name ID Role
Call of Duty (Los Angeles Thieves) United States Kenny Williams Kenny Player
United States Austin Liddicoat SlasheR Player
United States Thomas Haly TJHaly Player
United States Zack Jordan Drazah Substitute
Call of Duty: Warzone England Thomas Trewren Tommey Player
Wales Rhys Price Rated Player
Fortnite Battle Royale United States Davis McClellan Ceice Player
United States Diego Palma Arkhram Player
Norway Martin Foss Andersen MrSavage Player
United States Brandan Falconer Falconer Player
United States Brodie Franks Rehx Player
Canada Hayden Krueger Elevate On Loan
League of Legends (LCS) South Korea Kim Chan-ho Ssumday Top Laner
Turkey Can Çelik Closer Jungler
United States Tanner Damonte Damonte Mid Laner
Australia Ian Victor Huang FBI Bot Laner
South Korea Choi Jae-hyun huhi Support
United States Anthony Gray Zikz Head Coach
Czech Republic Aleš Kněžínek Freeze Assistant Coach
United States Joseph Jang JungleJuice Strategic Coach
South Korea Ham Jang-sik Lustboy Role Coach
United States Nathan McAdams Kaimera Head Analyst
League of Legends (100 Thieves Academy) United States Milan Oleksij Tenacity Top Laner
Philippines Kenneth Espinoza Kenvi Jungler
Australia Tommy Le Ryoma Mid Laner
Turkey Fatih Güven Luger Bot Laner
Canada Philippe Lavoie-Giguere Poome Support
United States Greyson Gilmer Goldenglue Head Coach
League of Legends (100 Thieves Next) United States Kevin Wu FallenBandit Head Coach/Substitute
Valorant United States Spencer Martin Hiko Captain/Crowd Control
United States Nick Cannella nitr0 Lurker
Canada Joshua Nissan steel IGL/Support
United States Peter Mazuryk Asuna Entry Fragger
United States Quan Tran dicey Operator

Championships[edit]

Call of Duty[edit]

Event Name Date Prize Money Roster
CWL London 2019
May 3–5, 2019
$125,000 Kenny • Octane • Slasher • Enable • Priestahh • Crowder (coach)
CWL Anaheim 2019
June 14–16, 2019
$125,000 Kenny • Octane • Slasher • Enable • Priestahh • Crowder (coach)

LCS Academy[edit]

Event Name Date Prize Money Roster
NA Academy League 2019 Summer Playoffs
August 1–6, 2019
$10,000 Ssumday • AnDa • Soligo • Prismal • Stunt • Kelsey (coach)

Fortnite: Battle Royale[edit]

Event Name Date Prize Money Roster
Dreamhack Anaheim
February 21–23, 2020
$30,000 MrSavage
Chapter 2 Season 2 NAW FNCS Grand Final
May 24, 2020
$40,000 Arkhram
FNCS:Chapter 2 Season 4 Grand Final - NA - West
November 1, 2020
$45,000 Arkhram, Rehx with EpikWhale
NA West Dreamhack November Open
November 20, 2020
$6,500 Rehx with Epikwhale

100 Thieves Next[edit]

Event Name Date Prize Money Roster
BIG League Season 3 Playoffs
July 17, 2020
$3,600
Tenacity • Kenvi • Copy • Yeon • Auto • FallenBandit (coach)
Legends Weekend League 2020
July 25, 2020
$5,000
Tenacity • FallenBandit • Kenvi • Nxi • Copy • Yeon • Auto • FallenBandit (coach)
UPL 2020 Summer Playoffs
July 28, 2020
$3,600
FallenBandit • Nxi • Copy • Yeon • Auto • FallenBandit (coach)

Tournament results[edit]

Call of Duty[edit]

Date Tournament Prize Placement Players
December 6, 2016 MLG Anaheim Open 2016 $0 17th-20th ACHES · Nelson · Remy · Royalty
September 12, 2018 CWL Las Vegas Open 2019 $0 9th-12th Kenny · Fero · Octane · SlasheR · Enable
January 20, 2019 CWL Pro League 2019 Qualifier $0 Qualified Kenny · Fero · Octane · SlasheR · Enable
March 17, 2019 CWL Fort Worth 2019 $25,000 4th Kenny · Priestahh · Octane · SlasheR · Enable · Fero · Crowder (coach)
May 5, 2019 CWL London 2019 $125,000 1st Kenny · Priestahh · Octane · SlasheR · Enable · Crowder (coach)
June 16, 2019 CWL Anaheim 2019 $125,000 1st Kenny · Priestahh · Octane · SlasheR · Enable · Crowder (coach)
May 7, 2019 CWL Pro League 2019 $86,875 3rd-4th Kenny · Priestahh · Octane · SlasheR · Enable · Crowder (coach)
July 21, 2019 CWL Pro League 2019 Playoffs $43,750 5th-6th Kenny · Priestahh · Octane · SlasheR · Enable · Crowder (coach)
August 18, 2019 Call of Duty World League Championship 2019 $260,000 2nd Kenny · Priestahh · Octane · SlasheR · Enable · Crowder (coach)
Total Prize: $665,625

LCS Academy[edit]

Date Tournament Prize Placement Players
March 16, 2018 NA Academy 2018 Spring $0 8th Kaizen · Kitzuo · Levi · Linsanity · Rikara · Whyin
October 8, 2018 NA Academy 2018 Summer $0 6th Brandini · Levi · Linsanity · Rikara · Cody Sun · Stunt · JungleJuice (coach)
August 17, 2018 NA Academy 2018 Summer Playoffs $0 5th-6th Brandini · Levi · Linsanity · Rikara · Stunt · JungleJuice (coach)
March 15, 2019 NA Academy 2019 Spring $0 3rd FakeGod · Fragas · Soligo · Huhi · Prismal · Stunt · Kelsey (coach)
March 21, 2019 NA Academy 2019 Spring Playoffs $0 5th-6th FakeGod · Fragas · Soligo · Prismal · Stunt · Kelsey (coach)
July 27, 2019 NA Academy 2019 Summer $0 3rd FakeGod · Ssumday· AnDa · Fragas · Soligo · Ryu · Prismal · Bang · Stunt · Aphromoo · Kelsey (coach)
August 16, 2019 NA Academy 2019 Summer Playoffs $10,000 1st Ssumday · AnDa · Soligo · Soligo· Prismal · Stunt · Kelsey (coach)
March 27, 2020 NA Academy 2020 Spring $0 5th FakeGod · Contractz · Soligo · Soligo· Prismal · Breezyyy · Kelsey (coach)
April 2, 2020 NA Academy 2020 Spring Playoffs $0 5th-6th FakeGod · Contractz · Soligo · Soligo· Prismal · Breezyyy · Kelsey (coach)
Total Prize: $10,000

LCS[edit]

Date Tournament Prize Placement Players
March 18, 2018 NA LCS 2018 Spring $0 1st Ssumday · Meteos · Ryu · Cody Sun · Aphromoo · Pr0lly (coach)
August 4, 2018 NA LCS 2018 Playoffs $50,000 2nd Ssumday · Meteos · Ryu · Cody Sun · Aphromoo · Pr0lly (coach)
August 7, 2019 Rift Rivals 2018 NA-EU $0 2nd Brandini · Levi · Ryu · Cody Sun · Aphromoo · Pr0lly (coach)
August 20, 2018 NA LCS 2018 Summer $0 3rd Ssumday · Meteos · AnDa · Ryu · Cody Sun · Aphromoo · Pr0lly (coach)
March 18, 2018 NA LCS 2018 Summer Playoffs $20,000 4th Ssumday · AnDa · Ryu · Rikara · Cody Sun · Aphromoo · Pr0lly (coach)
October 17, 2018 2018 Worlds Championship $145,125 9th-12th Ssumday · AnDa · Ryu · Rikara · Aphromoo · Pr0lly (coach)
March 24, 2019 LCS 2019 Spring $0 10th Ssumday · FakeGod · AnDa · Fragas · Huhi · Soligo · Bang · Aphromoo · Stunt · Pr0lly (coach)
April 8, 2019 LCS 2019 Summer $0 8th Ssumday · FakeGod · Amazing · Soligo · Ryu · Bang · Aphromoo · Stunt · Pr0lly (coach)
March 29, 2020 LCS 2020 Spring $0 3rd Ssumday · Meteos · Ryoma · Cody Sun · Stunt · Zikz (coach)
April 8, 2020 LCS 2020 Spring Playoffs $0 5th-6th Ssumday · Meteos · Ryoma · Cody Sun · Stunt · Zikz (coach)
August 9, 2020 LCS 2020 Summer $0 7th Ssumday · Meteos · Contractz · Ryoma · Cody Sun · Stunt · Poome · Zikz (coach)
August 16, 2020 LCS 2020 Summer Playoffs $0 7th-8th Ssumday · Contractz · Ryoma · Cody Sun · Poome · Zikz (coach)

Fortnite: Battle Royale[edit]

Date Tournament Prize Placement Player(s)
September 3, 2018 Summer Skirmish - Finals $11,250 17th Nickmercs
December 12, 2018 Winter Royale NA Finals $1,500 53rd Kenith
July 27, 2019 Fortnite World Cup Finals - Duos $1,800,000 3rd Ceice and Elevate
July 27, 2019 Fortnite World Cup Finals - Duos $900,000 5th Arkham, with Falconer
July 28, 2019 Fortnite World Cup Finals - Solos $50,000 28th Klass
July 28, 2019 Fortnite World Cup Finals - Solos $50,000 53rd Arkham
July 28, 2019 Fortnite World Cup Finals - Solos $50,000 60th Ceice
May 24, 2020 FNCS Invitational EU - Grand Final $3,000 15th MrSavage
May 24, 2020 FNCS C2S3 NAW - Grand Final $40,000 1st Arkham
May 24, 2020 FNCS C2S3 NAW - Grand Final $7,000 7th Rehx
May 24, 2020 FNCS C2S3 NAW - Grand Final $250 63rd Falconer
May 24, 2020 FNCS C2S3 NAE - Grand Final $700 24th Klass
July 19, 2020 Dreamhack Open July EU $8,000 2nd MrSavage
July 19, 2020 Dreamhack Open July NAE $1,150 17th Ceice
July 19, 2020 Dreamhack Open July NAE $250 72nd MrSavage
July 26, 2020 Dreamhack Open July NAW $4,000 1st Arkham
July 26, 2020 Dreamhack Open July NAW $275 21st Falconer
August 16, 2020 FNCS C2S3 EU - Grand Final $1,500 57th MrSavage
August 16, 2020 FNCS C2S3 NAW - Grand Final $13,000 2nd Arkham
August 16, 2020 FNCS C2S3 NAW - Grand Final $1,200 11th Falconer
September 13, 2020 Dreamhack Open September NAW $1,800 3rd Arkham
October 22, 2020 Dreamhack Open October EU $7,400 3rd MrSavage
November 1, 2020 FNCS C2S4 EU - Grand Final $22,500 8th MrSavage, with benjyfishy and LetsHe
November 1, 2020 FNCS C2S4 NAW - Grand Final $45,000 1st Arkham and Rehx, with Epikwhale
November 1, 2020 FNCS C2S4 NAW - Grand Final $22,500 4th Falconer, with Tavern and 4DRStorm

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive[edit]

Date Tournament Prize Placement Players
October 11, 2019 IEM Beijing $50,000 2nd jks · AZR · jkaem · Liazz · Gratisfaction · Kassad (coach)
November 18, 2019 ESL Pro League Season 10 Americas $0 5th-6th jks · AZR · jkaem · Liazz · Gratisfaction · Kassad (coach)
December 5, 2019 ESL Pro League Season 10 Finals $17,000 7th-8th jks · AZR · jkaem · Liazz · Gratisfaction · Kassad (coach)
February 15, 2020 BLAST Premier: Spring $5,000 10th - 12th jks · AZR · jkaem · Liazz · Gratisfaction · Kassad (coach)
March 1, 2020 IEM Katowice $15,000 5th-6th jks · AZR · jkaem · Liazz · Gratisfaction · Kassad (coach)
April 3, 2020 ESL Pro League Season 11 NA $15,000 5th jks · AZR · jkaem · Liazz · Gratisfaction · Kassad (coach)
May 10, 2020 ESL One: Road to Rio NA $4,000 6th jks · AZR · jkaem · Liazz · Gratisfaction
June 4, 2020 BLAST Premier: Spring American Showdown $7,500 7th-8th jks · AZR · jkaem · Liazz · Gratisfaction · Chet (coach)
June 13, 2020 DreamHack Masters Spring NA $15,000 3rd jks · AZR · jkaem · Liazz · Gratisfaction · Chet (coach)
July 5, 2020 cs_summit 6 NA $9,000 4th jks · AZR · jkaem · Liazz · Gratisfaction · Chet (coach)
September 27, 2020 ESL Pro League Season 12 NA $38,000 2nd jks · AZR · jkaem · Liazz · Gratisfaction · Chet (coach)
October 18, 2020 IEM New York NA $10,000 2nd jks · AZR · jkaem · Liazz · Gratisfaction

Valorant[edit]

Date Tournament Prize Placement Players
June 28, 2020 T1 x Nerd Street Gamers Showdown $0 5th-6th Hiko · Valliate · Venerated · YaBoiDre · Pride
July 23, 2020 PAX Arena Invitational $0 13th-16th Hiko · Valliate · Venerated · YaBoiDre · Pride
August 09, 2020 FaZe Clan Invitational $0 13th-16th Hiko · Valliate · Venerated · YaBoiDre · Pride
October 28, 2020 NSG Tournament Qualifier $0 5th-8th Hiko · nitr0 · steel · Asuna · dicey
November 8, 2020 First Strike North America Qualifier $0 2nd Hiko · nitr0 · steel · Asuna · dicey

Content creators[edit]

Nat. ID Name Join date Notes
United States Nadeshot Matthew Haag April 18, 2016[34] Lives in content house
United States NoahJ456 Noah Johnson June 25, 2018
United States Valkyrae Rachel Hofstetter October 22, 2018[35]
United States CouRageJD Jack Dunlop May 28, 2019[36] Lives in content house
United States Avalanche Brandon Thomas June 14, 2019[37] Member of The Mob
Russia Classify Yan Shalomov June 14, 2019[37] Member of The Mob
Albania Froste Erind Puka June 14, 2019[37] Member of The Mob
United States Mako Joseph Kelsey June 14, 2019[37] Member of The Mob
United States Yassuo Hammoudi Abdalrhman August 22, 2019[38]
United States BrookeAB Brooke Ashley Bond October 30, 2019[39] Lives in content house
United States Neekolul Nicole Sanchez July 10, 2020[40]
United States CashNasty Cassius Clay November 17, 2020 Member of 2Hype
United States Jesser Jesse Riedel November 17, 2020 Member of 2Hype
United States Jiedel James Riedel November 17, 2020 Member of 2Hype
United Kingdom LSK Kristopher Obaseki November 17, 2020 Member of 2Hype
United States Moochie Mitchell Crowley November 17, 2020 Member of 2Hype
United States ZackTTG Zack Mowley November 17, 2020 Member of 2Hype

Investments[edit]

In November 2017, 100 Thieves received a multimillion-dollar investment from Cleveland Cavaliers and Quicken Loans owner Dan Gilbert allowing the company to expand into a full-fledged esports organization.

On October 23, 2018, 100 Thieves announced that they finished their Series A funding round co-led by Scooter Braun and Drake, who both become co-owners where they raised $25 million. Included in this round was Sequoia Capital, Ludlow Ventures, Courtside Ventures, WndrCo, Marc Benioff, Drew Houston, Green Bay Ventures, Tao Capital and Advancit Capital.

On July 16, 2019, 100 Thieves announced their Series B funding round led by Artist Capital Management which raised $35 million. Included in this round is Aglae Ventures, Groupe Arnault (controlling shareholder of Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy).[41]

Management[edit]

Nat. Name Pseudonym Role
United States Matthew Haag Nadeshot Founder / CEO
United States John Robinson Robinson President / COO
United States Jackson Dahl Jackson Head of Talent and Entertainment
Denmark Jacob Toft-Anderson Maelk VP of Esports
United States Doug Barber Barber VP of Brand and Apparel
United States Julia Wu Julia Director of Marketing
United States Jason Ton metc0n Chief Financial Officer
United States Matty Lee Matty VP of partnerships
United States Anna Hongo Anna Molly Marketing Coordinator
Syria Ibrahim Eljeilat Ibrahim Talent Developement
United States Chad Steiner Chad Brand Partnerships
United States Kelsey Schultz Schultz Senior Accountant Manager
United States Katherine Chan Katherine Finance Manager
United States Julie Van Van VP of people
United States Mark Rasoul marktheworld VP of marketing
United States Allison Ornik kinro415 Senior Account Manager
United States Celina Wang cewiina Esports Operations Manager
United States Jessica Cheu jessdot Operations and Facilities Manager
United States Jasmine O Jaaaassssssy Apparel Operations Manager
United States Edward Cleland MindBody Performance Specialist
United States Ryan Martineau rmarti33 Esports Operations Coordinator
United States Eric Sanders Muddawg General Manager (Call of Duty)
Norway Peter Rudi Pettersen Peter General Manager (Fortnite: Battle Royale)
Australia Chris Smith PapaSmithy General Manager (League of Legends)
Content Team
United States Gabriel Ruiz Ruiz Executive Producer
United States Logan Dodson Snipetality Director of Post-Production
United States Jeremy Azevedo jermazevedo VP of Content
United States Mike Aransky Mike Executive Producer / Head of Content
United States Alex Wechsler Alex Wex Senior Producer
United States Marc Urbino Thundörfist Producer
United States Andrew Vong drvong Producer / Editor
United States Ricky Lam Iamricky Production Coordinator
United States Olivia Gastaldo omgastaldo Senior Producer
United States Autumn Farrell rufhaus Senior Editor
United States Chrisopher Mims Grey_Infinity Assistant Editor
United States Gregory Ortiz Seso Graphic designer
United States Alex Renault Nemyxx Graphic designer
United States Ryan Gonzales Ghost Editor Video Editor
United States George H. Nowack nowack Graphic & Motion Designer
Social Media Management
United States Jermaine Team JHBTeam Social Media Intern

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